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Intona’ s range of Hi-Speed USB Isolators available at Purité Audio.

https://pro.intona.eu/en/products/

Keith

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Posted (edited)

Intona @ Purité Audio, this unit is the 7055-B 2.0 Hi-speed USB Isolator.

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Keith

Edited by PuritéAudio

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Hey Keith, I thought only defective DACs suffered from interference on the USB line?

  • Haha 2

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That’s right it would probably improve yours.

Keith

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Rear view,

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Keith

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ASR reviews ( measures) the Intona Hi-Speed USB Isolator ,

https://www.audiosciencereview.com/forum/index.php?threads/intona-usb-3-0-isolator-review.11700/

Keith

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On 06/05/2020 at 22:08, PuritéAudio said:

That’s right it would probably improve yours.

Keith

What a disrespectful type you are. I would be amazed if any of the forum members of any forum you are posting on actually go and buy anything from you. 

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17 minutes ago, BeeRay said:

Why buy something that does not make any difference and why sell them?

The most important point is that the Intona isolators actually do work, they are used predominantly in industrial and medical applications, for example we have just replaced Alan March’s ( March Audio) old Intona unit with a new 7055-C.

If you read the ASR review you will see that if the DAC ( for example ) is properly designed the Intona cannot offer an improvement but that with poorly designed product ASR used a Schitt then the Intona can make an audible improvement.

@Dari  John is quite robust,  a customers ANUK DAC had an issue which the Intona cured.
 

Keith

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2 hours ago, PuritéAudio said:

The most important point is that the Intona isolators actually do work, they are used predominantly in industrial and medical applications, for example we have just replaced Alan March’s ( March Audio) old Intona unit with a new 7055-C.

If you read the ASR review you will see that if the DAC ( for example ) is properly designed the Intona cannot offer an improvement but that with poorly designed product ASR used a Schitt then the Intona can make an audible improvement.

@Dari  John is quite robust,  a customers ANUK DAC had an issue which the Intona cured.
 

Keith

What has "industrial and medical applications" got to do with HiFi? Yes it may improve some poor performing Dacs but not most, I don't know why you are selling such products but times are tough and going to get much worse.

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Posted (edited)

You didn’t read the post above?

March Audio is in the HiFi Industry, he uses an Intona Isolator in his measurement rig, as does Matthias Carstens of RME because they work , most properly engineered domestic DACs don’t need the Intona but it can really help a poorly engineered DAC, see the ASR review/measurements.

Keith

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Super Dealer

You might address that question to the listeners who purchase poorly engineered product.

Keith

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17 hours ago, PuritéAudio said:

You might address that question to the listeners who purchase poorly engineered product.

Keith

Are you going to warn buyers that it probably won't make any difference on their DAC?

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